"If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or your arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen."

Wednesday, 19 October 2011

PMQs: Summary + Videos

Cameron led with a tribute to Rifleman Vijay Rai, Royal Gurkha Rifles, who died in Afghanistan last Saturday.

Brief info on another half-hour at Cameron's Comedy Store - scheduled to run until  May 2015 "come what may".  Miliband didn't have his way on his first three questions about Fox & the MoD but managed to provoke frowns from Cameron & Osborne on the economy.

Did your MP speak?
Stephen Hepburn, Lab, Jarrow; Oliver Colvile, Con, Plymouth Sutton & Devonport; Julian Brazier, Con, Canterbury; Mark Durkan, SDLP, Foyle; Martin Horwood, LibDem, Cheltenham; Steve Rotheram, Lab, Liverpool Walton; Damian Hinds, Con, East Hampshire; Anna Soubry, Con, Broxtowe; Pat Glass, Lab, North West Durham; Neil Parish, Con, Tiverton & Honiton; Tom Greatrex, Lab Co-op, Rutherglen & Hamilton West; John Pugh, LibDem,Southport; John Spellar, Lab, Warley; Andrew Rosindell, Con, Romford; Gregory Campbell, DUP, East Londonderry; Adrian Sanders, LibDem, Torbay; Angus Robertson, SNP, Moray; Sam Gyimah, Con, East Surrey; Graham Stringer, Lab, Blackley & Broughton; Jason McCartney, Con, Colne Valley; Ian Austin, Lab, Dudley North; Robert Buckland, Con, South Swindon; Russell Brown, Lab, Dumfries & Galloway; Mark Pritchard, Con, The Wrekin; Michael Meacher, Lab, Oldham West & Royton.

Topics raised:
Supporting/sacrificing workers/Jarrow March; marine renewable energy; economy/BoE; Pat Finucane; house building/planning; Hillsborough; Help For Heroes; domestic violence; education/EMA; energy prices; carbon capture & storage; NHS management; sentencing for knife crime; EU referendum; Honours List of the fallen in Afghanistan; EU directive/diabetics/Dept of Transport interpretation; sale of Edinburgh Airport; education/independent school/academies; cuts to health/emergency services; Regional Growth Fund; sentencing for knife crime; 'Giving Voice' campaign; Fox & Werrity; fiscal union in eurozone undermining UK; statutory register of lobbyists/think tanks.

Followed by a Statement by Ken Clarke - Justice & Security Green Paper.

Hepburn - Hinds incl Cameron -v- Miliband

Soubry - Gyimah incl Cameron -v- Miliband Round 2

Stringer - end

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